Havering Mind feels that it is vital that we work with local businesses in the community to educate them on mental health issues and to help them promote a mentally healthy working environment.
There are a number of benefits for an employer to get involved with us:
- Boost employee satisfaction and morale through participation in fundraising activities
- Helps to achieve your Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR)
- You will receive support and guidance from us about mental health issues that will affect your business
- Increase in recognition and brand awareness for your business
Ways to involve your business with Havering Mind:
Employee fundraising can be done in a number of ways, both as an individual or as of group of people.
There are so many different fundraising activities and events that your employees are able to do. Take a look at our A Z of Fundraising.
If one or more of your employees is participating in a fundraising challenge then why not make a company donation to them
Charity of the Year Partnership
Make Havering Mind your charity of the year and pledge to support us through fundraising throughout the year. It will be mutually beneficial and we will do all we can to ensure we support your business in return.
Sponsor one of our events and show your the community that you support Havering Mind and what we stand for. We have a number of sponsorship opportunities for local business.
Sponsorship increases the awareness of your company in the community, whilst helping to decrease our costs for staging an event, thus raising more funds for the service we provide.
Do you have a PayRoll giving scheme? Why not encourage your staff to donate to us each month directly from their salary.
We organise a number of events throughout the year that you can attend.
Do you have a team of runners,cyclists, swimmers or walkers in your organisation? If so then see if they want to get involved in an organised challenge event to support Havering Mind.
For more information on how you can involve your business with Havering Mind please contact Ciaran on 01708 457040 or email [email protected]ind.org.uk